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  Stuttgart Region - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stuttgart Region (Baden-Württemberg, Germany) consists of the city of Stuttgart and the surrounding counties of Ludwigsburg, Esslingen, Böblingen, Waiblingen and Göppingen (each 10 - 20 km from Stuttgart city center).
Stuttgart Region shouldn't be confused with the Administrative District of Stuttgart.
The Stuttgart Metropolitan Area, according to the definition of the European Union, is neither identical with the "inner" Stuttgart Region nor with the Administrative District of Stuttgart.
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 Stuttgart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Stuttgart, a city located in southern Germany, is the capital of the state of Baden-Württemberg with a population of approximately 590,000 as of September 2005 in the city and around 3 million in the metropolitan area.
Stuttgart with its metropolitan area (the political entity "Stuttgart Region" enlarged by the nearby cities of Ludwigsburg, Böblingen, Esslingen, Göppingen and their respective districts [kreise]) is one of the most prominent and well-known German towns, especially due to its cultural, administrative and huge economic importance.
Stuttgart is also the seat of a protestant bishop (Protestant State Church of Württemberg) and one of the two co-seats of the bishop of the Roman Catholic diocese Rottenburg-Stuttgart.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stuttgart   (2411 words)

  
 Stuttgart - Simple English Wikipedia
It is the capital of Baden-Württemberg and of the "Administrative District of Stuttgart" (Regierungsbezirk).
Stuttgart is on the river Neckar and has 600 000 inhabitants.
Stuttgart is currently the sixth largest German city and Stuttgart Region is the nation's fourth largest region.
simple.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stuttgart   (126 words)

  
 Stuttgart - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stuttgart with its metropolitan area (the political entity "Stuttgart Region" plus the 50 km away cities of Tübingen, Reutlingen, Heilbronn and their surroundings) is one of the most prominent and well-known German towns, especially due to its cultural, administrative and huge economic importance.
Stuttgart is currently the sixth largest German city and Stuttgart Region is the nation's fourth largest conurbation (behind Ruhr Area, Rhein/Main Area and Berlin).
Stuttgart is the place where the motor bike and the four-wheeled automobile have been invented, it's hence the starting point of the worldwide automotive industry.
encyclopedia.learnthis.info /s/st/stuttgart.html   (1566 words)

  
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The region of Stuttgart is a regional economic and cultural centre.
The development of the population in the Stuttgart Region during the last few decades is characterised by a strong growth in the periphery of the City of Stuttgart.
The total population of the Stuttgart region has grown by about 3% since 1992, beside the enormous decrease in the scaled population of the City of Stuttgart of about 4.5% (599,500 inhabitants in 1992, and estimated 572.000 inhabi-tants in 2003).
www.casa.ucl.ac.uk /scatter/cities/stuttgart.html   (289 words)

  
 Stuttgart: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Daimlerchrysler ag,, with headquarters in stuttgart, germany and auburn hills, michigan, is a prominent automobile and truck manufacturer, formed...
The period of german history from 1919 to 1933 is known as the weimar republic (pronounced vye-mar, and in german it is known as the "weimarer republik")...
Esslingen is a city in the stuttgart region of baden-württemberg, germany, capital of the district of esslingen....
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/s/st/stuttgart.htm   (4813 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Stuttgart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stuttgart has originally been founded by Duke Luidolf, one of the sons of Otto I the Great, and was used for horse breeding.
Stuttgart is one of the four automotive capitals of the world, the other three being Toyota (Japan), Detroit (United States) and Turin (Italy).
Stuttgart also got a reputation for organizing major sports events (for example the athletics world championships in 1993, and it will be one of the twelve hosts of the soccer world championship 2006) and its swabian cuisine, beer and wine (which is produced in the area since the 1600s).
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Stuttgart   (611 words)

  
 Kontakt Kontrakt 2002
The Stuttgart Region, set in the heart of Baden-Württemberg and Europe, is the economic and political centre of this south-western German state.
Greater Stuttgart adjoins Franconia and Eastern-Württemberg to the north and east and it shares a border with the Donau-Iller, Alb-Neckar and Northern Black Forest regions to the west and south.
Stuttgart was a quiet provincial capital rather than a dynamic metropolis of supra-regional economic and cultural importance.
www.ohkbrno.cz /k-k2002/en/region/nemecko.html   (655 words)

  
 EUROPA - Regional Policy Inforegio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
With a population of 560,000 (1996), Stuttgart is the capital of Baden-Württemberg, in southern Germany, and together with its region, it is the economic and political centre of this Land.
Stuttgart is home to the corporate headquarters of such world-renowned firms as Daimler Chrysler, Porsche and Auwärter (Neoplan).
Stuttgart owes its reputation as a cultural centre, in part, to the State Ballet which became internationally famous under John Cranko and Marcia Haydee.
europa.eu.int /comm/regional_policy/urban2/urban/audit/results/stuttgart.htm   (443 words)

  
 Film Commission
The Stuttgart Region covers only 10% of the area of the state of Baden-Württemberg (3,700 square kilometres) yet is inhabited by 25% of the population (2.5 million people).
This illustrates that the region belongs to one of the strongest economic regions in Germany.
The Stuttgart region consists of 179 towns and municipalities.
www.film.region-stuttgart.de /e/fc/regions/content.html   (104 words)

  
 Stuttgart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stuttgart (in the heart of the region of Germany called Schwabia) was our home for four years, so naturally it holds a special place in our hearts and our memories.
I was doing work for the folks from the Stuttgart MITRE office for a year or more, and had taken a few trips over to Stuttgart and Naples in support of that.
Lynn and I returned to Stuttgart together for a week's vacation that was part of a business trip for me. We spent one week visiting old friends and old sights, and then Lynn flew home and I spent another week working.
home.comcast.net /~genevogt/EuroTravel/stuttgart.htm   (1532 words)

  
 Innovating regions in Europe - regions search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Situated in the heart of Baden-Württemberg and Europe, the Stuttgart region is the hub of economic, scientific and political life in south-west Germany.
The Stuttgart region comprises Stuttgart, the state capital, and the surrounding counties of Böblingen, Esslingen, Göppingen, Ludwigsburg and Rems-Murr, with a total of 179 local authorities.
In addition to the Universities of Stuttgart and Hohenheim, the region is home to the International Stuttgart Institute of Management and Technology, nine universities of applied sciences, the Baden-Württemberg Film Academy, the Ludwigsburg University of Education, the University of Co-operative Education, the State Academy of Fine Arts and six vocational training colleges.
www.innovating-regions.org /network/whoswho/regions_search.cfm?region_id=134   (463 words)

  
 Stuttgart messe for organisers of conferences, conventions, meetings and fairs in Germany
Contact Us Messe Stuttgart organises more than 30 trade fairs and exhibitions every year and is the eighth largest trade fair company in Germany in terms of turnover.
With around 2.6 million inhabitants and the highest industrial density of all German conurbations, the Stuttgart region was named in 1999 by the EU as the “leading high-tech region” in Europe and in 2000/2001 it received the “Award of Excellence” for innovation.
Messe Stuttgart International is situated just four kilometres from the city centre in the immediate vicinity of the recreation area "Höhenpark Killesberg".
www.germanyconferencing.com /stuttgart/stuttgartmesse.php   (337 words)

  
 Region Ostwürttemberg
This is why the transport infrastructure of East Württemberg in particular, with its situation in the heart of Southern Germany, constitutes a significant basis for the development of the region.
The region is well integrated in the network of the national rail company, the Deutsche Bahn AG.
Stuttgart Airport lies about 35 km from the regional boundary, Nuremberg Airport is at about 90 km.
www.ostwuerttemberg.de /en/01_region/infrastruktur.asp   (254 words)

  
 Messe Stuttgart
Baden-Württemberg is one of the strongest economic regions in Europe.
The Stuttgart region is exemplified by its catchment area, economic power and its high level of purchasing power.
The region is a platform for international business and also a portal for an exchange of technology and knowledge.
www.messe-stuttgart.de /english/neue_messe/doku/wir_standortquali.php   (518 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Charmingly situated at the heart of one of Germany's largest wine-growing areas, Stuttgart captivates visitors not only with its panoramic views, its beautiful squares, magificent palaces and other buildings in a variety of architectural styles, but also by the wide range of cultural events which it has to offer.
An outstanding feature of Stuttgart's cultural life is the Stuttgart State Theatre, renowned for its drama, the world-famous Stuttgart Ballet and the prize-winning State Opera, which in 1998, 1999, 2000 and 2002 was awarded the coveted title "Opera House of the Year".
Let Stuttgart's charm and the friendly hospitality of its inhabitants work their magic on you.
www.fifawm2006.stuttgart.de /ENG/stuttgart/stuttgart.htm   (359 words)

  
 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stuttgart, the state capital of Baden-Württemberg is both a platform for international business and a gateway to a technology and knowledge transfer.
The spirit of invention and innovation is world-class: a record number of patents, worldrenowed research institutes and several universities, technicall colleges and vocational academies mirror the economic and scientific potential of the Stuttgart region.
This is the network in which the Stuttgart Trade Fair and Convention Center is set.
www.congress-stuttgart.de /mccs/engl/kong/mccs.htm   (143 words)

  
 Master Program INFOTECH (Information Technology) | Universität Stuttgart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The yearly poll by McKinsey, the news magazine STERN, the tv-station ZDF and web.de on the 'Perspective of Germany' (Perspektive Deutschland) revealed, that among the large cities in Germany, Stuttgart is considered as the most popular city by it's citizens, followed by Munich and Dusseldorf.
Especially the cooperation of the Stuttgart Region with Madrid, Stockholm and Boston was appreciated by the Commission.
This is the result of an EU-wide ranking of cities and regions by the statistical office of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
www.infotech.uni-stuttgart.de   (1149 words)

  
 National Team - U 18 - EC 2000 in Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stuttgart, situated in the valley of the river Neckar, is an active and successful centre of trade and industry.
Nowadays Stuttgart is also a major media region with over 400 publishers, many service companies and the successful film academy at Ludwigsburg.
Stuttgart as a place of finance and the regional stock exchange has proven its increasing national and international importance by the merger of regional banks.
www.dfb.de /dfb-team/jugend/u18/em/orte/e_stutt.html   (536 words)

  
 Stadt - Stuttgart
The city of Stuttgart is home to such leading automotive companies as DaimlerChrysler, Porsche, Neoplan etc. They are joined by numerous components suppliers, the most notable being Bosch, Mahle and Behr.
With its "Mobilist" project, the Stuttgart region won the competition organized by the German Federal Ministry of Research and Education, in which numerous regions took part.
The City of Stuttgart has successfully applied for the EU's URB-AL program (Network 8: Managing mobility in urban regions) and is currently coordinating this international network with a project office of its own.
www.stuttgart.de /sde/item/gen/47609.htm   (280 words)

  
 Stuttgart - the bustling metropolis and its region   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Stuttgart is a pulsating metropolis and visitors are fascinated not only by its unique location between vineyards and forests, its splendid panorama and fine squares, its magnificent palaces and buildings in a variety of architectural styles, but also by its varied cultural scene, which meets the very highest standards.
In culinary terms, Stuttgart is also a centre for gourmets, teasing the palate with Swabian specialities and starred cuisine.
The region around Stuttgart, including the rural districts of Böblingen, Esslingen, Göppingen, Ludwigsburg, the Rems-Murr district and the Swabian forest, includes a wide variety of historic towns and changing landscapes and is simply ideal for touring.
www.tourismus-bw.de /stuttgart_the_bustling_metropolis_and_its_region.233344.1403,232927,232934,233108,233142.htm   (283 words)

  
 Master Program INFOTECH | Universität Stuttgart
The University of Stuttgart is right in the heart of one of the most prosperous regions in Germany, the "Region Stuttgart".
In addition to the 140.000 small enterprises, the Region is also home to some of the best known companies.
This includes the Black Forest and the Lake of Constance as well as the regions of Hohenlohe, Schwäbische Alb and Allgäu, the valleys of Tauber and Neckar, the Schwäbische Wald, Oberschwaben and the Odenwald with the Bergstraße, supplemented by numerous castles, public gardens, monasteries and carefully restored historical town centers.
www.infotech.uni-stuttgart.de /stud/Stud_RegS.html   (478 words)

  
 Internationale Angelegenheiten | Universität Stuttgart
Stuttgarter Wochenblatt (has the most classified ads) is delivered Thursday afternoon but is available at the newsstand that morning.
Stuttgarter Stadtanzeiger also has an online version advertisements published for the Stuttgart edition and towns in the Stuttgart region (with EUR 10,- per line a relatively cheap possibility to get your own ads published online and in the printed way).
Mitwohnzentralen (services which can be hired to help you find a room or apartment) in Stuttgart for a fee of about 20% of the monthly rent.
www.uni-stuttgart.de /ia/internat/gen_info/accomm.html   (504 words)

  
 IDABC - A strong open source community in Stuttgart
The Stuttgart Region concentrates many actors who are involved in open source projects in different sectors.
Thus, the IBM Development Centre in the region (Böblingen) is the leading "Linux Competence Centre" of the world's largest IT company.
In the last two years, the Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation (a venture of the regional government) has operated the thematic network "FIRST - Forum IT-Region Stuttgart" and the entrepreneurs' initiative "bwcon" organized events and projects in order to make others more aware of new developments in the Open Source community.
europa.eu.int /idabc/en/document/4087/469   (260 words)

  
 Automotive Design & Production: Fuel cells, C[O.sub.2] & composite supercars: the scene in Stuttgart: German ...
Home to DaimlerChrysler, Porsche and mega-supplier Bosch, Stuttgart is a place where many automotive suppliers, ranging from software developers to plastic injection molders, feel they must have a presence in order to stay on the cutting edge.
And unlike many areas where the importance of the automotive industry has been eclipsed by other high-tech industries, the Stuttgart region has actually seen the percentage of its total manufacturing output represented by automotive manufacturing rise from 28.7% in 1980 to 41.1% in 2000.
The majority of that growth has been in small and medium-sized companies; to keep them flowing into the area the Stuttgart Region Economic Development Corporation has helped create a network of 17 "Competence Centers," each of which focus on a specific area of technology like telematics or fuel cells.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0KJI/is_9_115/ai_107836353   (522 words)

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